Bridge Designer / Engineer
Bridge Information Modelling (BrIM) supports the design of complex multi material bridges and other civil engineering structures.
Data driven design: The new normal?
Parametric, or data driven approach to design drives benefits for Structural Engineers.
Push the boundaries with parametric design
Links between different softwares facilitates the use of parametric design for bridges and other structures.
Discover Algorithmic Modelling for Tekla Structures Using Rhino/Grasshopper
The new Grasshopper-Tekla Structures live link is a set of Grasshopper components that can create and interact with objects live in Tekla Structures.
Innovative digital design delivery for the Ordsall Chord in Manchester, UK
Federated 3D models, developed down to individual reinforcement bars, produced by all disciplines were held in a common data environment for this complex railway project.
Streamlining bridge construction with BrIM
Stuart Campbell, Business Development Manager, Engineering at Trimble discussed the six ways BrIM can help bridge construction projects succeed.
Easy steps to more efficient bridge design workflow
Learn the benefits of parametric design and modelling of any type of a bridge. This webinar shows practical examples of designing a bridge with Tekla Structures using the Rhino Grasshopper link.
Kilnbridge - Bridging the gap between precast and cast-in-place
A hybrid mix of pre-cast, cast-in-place and reinforcement concrete, a tight delivery schedule, a marine environment and complex construction methodologies - this project had it all!
Bridging the gap from design to installation with Tekla Structures
A new footbridge bridge that spans two dual carrigeways and a live railway line - this project threw up many challenges. Read more to find out how Tekla Structures helped SH Structures to success.
Chenab Bridge soars through construction process thanks to BrIM
Bridge Information Modelling (BrIM) was required by the client for this long span railway bridge in India.
Algorithm enabled parametric BIM: 5 steps to getting started
These five steps will help you get started with algorithm enabled parametric design. Welcome to more productive and efficient workflows, and rapid iterations in the design of complex structures.
Overcoming the limitations of creating complex shapes with parametric modelling
Today engineers need to be more productive and, at the same time, structural design is becoming more complex. This has driven structural engineers to explore algorithm enabled parametric modelling.